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1Dez Bryant26DAL1111.0With an aging Calvin, the playing field has leveled out some in the top tier of WRs. Bryant should get paid this offseason and dominate for years to come
2A.J. Green26CIN2343.02014 was and off year, but at 26 has 3-4 more elite years before people start bailing on his aging value
3Calvin Johnson29DET3253.3Calvin has plenty left in the tank. This may be the best off-season to aquire his services.
4Julio Jones25ATL5423.7Continues to struggle with minor to nagging injury, but continues to show just what a beast he is. Plus he's one year younger than the other top guys
5Demaryius Thomas27DEN4534.0DT proved once again that he is arguably the most valuable WR in FF. Questions with Peyton's future could stunt his value, but I wouldn't worry
6Antonio Brown26PIT6666.0It's hard to wrap your brain around a smaller WR dominating the way Brown does, but he is truly the most talented TRUE receiver in the game
7Alshon Jeffery24CHI8888.0Cutler went and screwed up what Josh McCown made into a potent offense. Marshall will continue to fade as Jeffery takes over the #1 spot
8Odell Beckham Jr22NYG91179.0His value is out of control, but his ranking is very justifiable. ODB is the hottest asset this off-season and rightly so
9Mike Evans21TBB712109.7ODB stole the show, but Evans wasn't far behind. Even with horrific QB play, Evans has the making of a top tier WR and he's 21.
10Jordy Nelson29GBP1071310.0Jordy isn't getting any younger, but he's so ridiculously savvy and technically sound... oh ya and he has Aaron Rodgers as a QB and they kind of love each other.
11Randall Cobb24GBP149910.7We need to see what happens to Cobb in FA, but assuming he's back in GB then he's a PPR monster just short of Antonio Brown status.
12Sammy Watkins21BUF11131111.7Sammy is currently stuck in WR purgatory, but a lot can change in 6 months. One thing that hasn't changed is this guy's elite talent level
13Kelvin Benjamin23CAR12141212.7Kelvin needs to show he can hang onto the ball better and improve upon his drops in 2015, but he is beastly and basically uncoverable.
14Brandon Marshall30MIA13101613.0Don't jump ship on Bmarsh just yet. He is dedicated and driven. He's still a true beast and now has the worth ethic to match. He easily has a year or two of top 10 upsideleft
15T.Y. Hilton25IND17161415.7TY is clearly the real deal as long as Andrew Luck is in town. The offense is getting a little crowded however and now with Duran Carter in town, it's got even more so.
16DeAndre Hopkins22HOU18151516.0Hopkins has made a strong push to over take AJ as the #1 option in Houston. The QB situation needs to be resolved before we will get to see Hopkin's true upside
17Jordan Matthews22PHI19181818.3Even if Maclin is back, Matthews goes into 2015 as the top receiving option in an offense that Mark Sanchez can run. At 22, JMatt may be one of the most "sure things" at the position.
18Michael Floyd25ARI16172419.0Floyd is still an elite talent who is only entering his 3rd year. This is the year where it needs to come together. Plus there's a good chance Fitz moves on
19Jeremy Maclin26PHI20212221.0I expect Philly to resign him, but either way he has proven he can produce. Now can he prove he can stay on the field for more than a season"?
20Percy Harvin26NYJ24202021.3Harvin is on record pace and I can only assume his plan is to play for every team in the league before he retires. Maybe some day this kid will drop the ego and start being apart of a team
22Brandin Cooks21NOS26192322.75Cooks was dazzling us all before his injury. At his size, injury could continue to be a concern. Brees also looks like he is wearing down. If Cooks can clearly become 2nd fiddle to Graham, he could be top 10.
21Emmanuel Sanders27DEN21262122.7So much hinges on Peyton, his return, and his arm strength. As a WR who takes over the intermediate part of the field, he will need a Manning who still has a little strength left on his throws. As evidence by Sander's disappearance late
23Keenan Allen22SDC30221723.0Keenan is who we thought he was. A solid WR2. Nothing more. SD desperately needs a complimentary WR
24Josh Gordon23CLE15391924.3-9Gordon may be sitting out another year. His talent is so good. Matched only by how bad his decision making skills are. Gamblers should get him cheap
25Victor Cruz28NYG22233025.0It's going to be tough to come back from that petallar tear. If he can, ODB will demand the dbl team opening up Cruz to single coverage and a return to dominance
26Michael Crabtree27SFO25242825.7It would be nice to see Crabtree move on from this pathetic passing offense. FA will dictate his value
27Davante Adams22GBP29252626.73If Cobb moves on, Adams moves into top 12 discussion. If not, he will still be a hot commodity and has the talent to move ahead of both Cobb and Jordy at some point. Plus there is always Jordy's hammy issues.
28Cordarrelle Patterson23MIN23283629.0C-Patt? More like F-Patt. Patterson has some serious off-season work to do if he is going to truly become a receiver and not just a gimmick player
29Donte Moncrief21IND37312531.04Moncrief still has a lot to prove, but he will be a hot commodity this off season as well. The signing of Duran Carter will soften that market a little
30Pierre Garcon29WAS27323531.3-5Garcon's value is in a tailspin. It may fall further depending on what happens at QB for the Skins
31Allen Robinson21JAX33273732.3A-Rob was just another WR from this sick 2014 class to show us his WR1 upside. Unfortunately injury derailed that, but he should be a clear starter going into 2015. Maybe opposite Blackmon
32Mike Wallace28MIA31373333.7-3Looks like Wallace is out in Miami. Another guy who can't get out of his own way. The talent is there. We will see where he lands.
33Andre Johnson33HOU28294935.3AJ may be ready to take a back seat to Hopkins, but he's far from done. Again, QB will dictate.
34Larry Fitzgerald31ARI34304235.3Is it time for Fitz to move on? He has been abused in AZ long enough. Unless he truly thinks AZ can win a SB with Palmer, he needs to move on.
35DeSean Jackson28WAS41353135.7Djax had himself a sold season despite the QB ineptitude that plagued Washington. He should be fine for another year or two. His inconsistency is the issue.
36Vincent Jackson32TBB32334436.3Vjax could really help a contending team get over the hump. Maybe SEA will grab this guy this off season. He can still produce but hes fading
37Eric Decker27NYJ46342936.3-5Decker started coming on late when Geno Smith was put back at the helm. Let's pray that his new coach can produce a functioning offense.
38Martavis Bryant23PIT45363237.75Bryant might be my favorite "buy" this off-season. His value is still going to be lower due to Antonio Brown, but Bryant could be an absolute beast. Especially in the red zone. Top 15 potential at a 43 ranking.
39Torrey Smith26BAL48382737.7Smith appears to have maxed his talent and potential and that appears to be in the WR3/4 range. Steve Smith coming in and shining says more about Torrey than it does about Steve.
40Golden Tate26DET35413838.0Tate is getting a little lack of love considering his impressive 2014 season. No reason to think he can't keep being a PPR WR2
41Kendall Wright25TEN42404040.7-3Wright continued to produce in a horrible situation. Arguably the worst in the league. He is still under the radar and still has the talent to produce very well and more consistently if Mettenburger can develop
42Justin Hunter23TEN43463441.0Hunter has added 15lbs and has improved. His stats should continue to as well, but don't be surprised if he is a 3 year project before he truly realizes his potential.
44Jarvis Landry22MIA39424341.3Landry became Tannehill's go-to guy the last half the season. I'm not sure Landry has WR1 upside, but he has flashed an ability to be open often.
43Julian Edelman28NEP36474141.3Edleman will continue to be a solid "value" producer. He's not someone you want to build around, but he's a fine WR2
45Roddy White33ATL38435445.0Roddy really struggled with injury again this season. The once dependable possession WR has shown chinks in his armour of late. His drop off could come quick or it could be a couple years
47Terrance Williams25DAL51454547.0-3Seemed solid in year 2. He will always be 2nd fiddle to Dez and not someone to rely on. For now.
46Justin Blackmon25JAX40515047.06No news is good news. Assuming that trend continues, Blackmon should be on the field to start 2015.
48John Brown24ARI55493947.7Could have a real opportunity in AZ if Fitz moves on. He may also be a huge part of the reason AZ decides to not bring Fitz back
49Marqise Lee23JAX52484648.7The WR position is starting to look a little crowded in JAX. Lee had an alright year but will need to step it up
50Rueben Randle23NYG44505349.0Randle is in a perfect situatino to produce big with Cruz out for the year. He should thrive and if he doesn't it tells us just as much as if he does.
51Brian Quick25STL47446150.7-3Quick finally displays the potential we all knew he had as a raw prospect and, in typical fashion, tears his rotator cuff and lands on IR right about that time.
52Duron Carter23UFA49535151.04The Indy landing spot is interesting. If Nicks and Wayne move one, then he will get bumped a little more.
53Cody Latimer22DEN50574751.3Beastly potential but will it be realized before Manning signs his retirement papers?
54Cecil Shorts27JAX53565755.3See MARQISE LEE
55Charles Johnson25MIN67525558.05Johnson raised a few eyebrows but as a Vikes fan, I'm not buying this guy until he shows he can catch. Way too many drops, but he can sure get open.
56Dwayne Bowe30KCC56586559.7What can you say about Bowe other than he should probably lower in our rankings
57Marvin Jones24CIN58645860.0Marvin flashed with a few big games in '13 and had a decent season but misses the entire '14 campaign due to injury.
58Marques Colston31NOS57636260.7You could see Colston fade this year. Cooks, Stills, and Graham look to be the future. Coslton looks to be in the past
59Markus Wheaton23PIT62556861.7-4Sorry Wheaton, Martavius Bryant has uspurped your opportunity. The slot will now be your home and with it, underwhelming FF value
61Greg Jennings31MIN60547462.7-3Jennings will be reliant on the evolution of Teddy Bridgewater as a passer which is not ideal for guaranteed production.
60Brandon LaFell28NEP54864862.75Lafell came on strong but faded near the end as Amendola and Edleman starts sucking up all the targets
62Kenny Stills22NOS68725264.010Stills came on in a few games, but then went right back to disappearing.
63Kenny Britt26STL65735664.7Britt gained a little bit a relevancy back but there are still a ton of questions in STL
65Doug Baldwin26SEA69675965.06Baldwin is a gamer, but it just to believe he's going to ever grab a consistently productive role in that offense
64Hakeem Nicks27IND59696765.0Nicks has not yet played a full season and will likely be replaced by Moncrief or now Duron Carter. His value is dipping dramatically as owners can pretty much give up on him returning to his early-career form.
67Wes Welker33DEN63656965.7-6Hard to say if Welker can be relevant without guys named Brady and Petyon throwing to him. We will see though and my guess is he's next to done.
66Steve Smith35BAL61766065.7-4Oak has a glimmer of hope at QB and Jones could benenfit, but at 30, you have to wonder just what (if any) value he really carries.
70Tavon Austin23STL70597367.3It's not too late for Austin to break out. Year 3 is usually the make or break year.
68James Jones30OAK64617767.3Oakland isn't a fantastic landing spot but he has gone from the #3 option in GB to a top option on his new team.
69Anquan Boldin34SFO66706667.3-3A new coaching staff could mark the end of Boldin's time in SF and he's going to be 35.
71Andrew Hawkins28CLE72607167.7-4Played a pretty significant role in Clevelands pathetic passing game. He replaceable and a complimentary guy.
73Andre Holmes26OAK76686469.3-3We have all seen Holmes flash. There needs to be far more consistency. Maybe Derek Carr can provide that.
72Mohamed Sanu25CIN74716369.3Jones is just the superior WR and assuming he comes back healthy, Sanu is waiver material only
74Robert Woods22BUF77667071.0Woods is an average talent who is capable of putting up numbers in the right situation but offers little upside.
75Stedman Bailey24STL79628073.7Like everyone else in STL, Bailey made a few people get excited. And then disappeared.
76Riley Cooper27PHI75757675.3As long as he is in that offense, he will have some relevancy.
77Reggie Wayne36IND71797876.0You have to believe the end is here for Wayne. Maybe one more year, but probably not for Indy
78Allen Hurns23JAX80747977.7Hurns did well for a rookie in a tough spot, but that spot gets even tougher with a healthy Allen Robinson and a possible Justin Blackmon
79Steve Johnson28SFO81827278.3Johnson is very mundane, solid and unspectacular - now with the 49ers he is no longer a primary target
80Aaron Dobson23NEP88817581.3
81Brian Hartline28MIA73898682.7With Wallace likely moving on, it will be interesting to see if Hartline hangs onto what little fantasy chance he has.
82Danny Amendola29NEP83878585.0Dola came on strong near the end of the season and in my opinion is the better WR of the
83Jarrett Boykin25GBP788510087.7Officially buried on the depth chart
84Jarius Wright25MIN99788988.7
85Nate Washington31TEN90978189.3
86Jermaine Kearse24SEA84939289.75
89Marquess Wilson22CHI103779190.3
87Brian Tyms25NEP808490.3
88Andre Roberts27WAS861038290.3
91Taylor Gabriel25CLE101888390.7
90Miles Austin30CLE92909090.7-6
92Denarius Moore26OAK85959993.0
93Malcom Floyd33SDC828393.7SD has to address WR this off-season. Floyd will still get the start and could produce if healthy. He's almost 34.
94Jeremy Gallon24UFA849495.0
95Harry Douglas30ATL959210497.0
96Kenbrell Thompkins26NEP1048899.7
97Da'Rick Rogers24IND8710299.7
98Vincent Brown26UFA9695100.3
99Rod Streater26OAK9894110100.7
100Josh Boyce25NEP87101.3
102Marlon Brown `23BAL105100101102.0
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